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Topic - Tom Leppert
Thanks in part to a $1.6 million personal loan to his own campaign, former Dallas Mayor Tom Leppert and his $2.6 million war chest have the early fundraising lead in a crowded field of Republicans looking to succeed Texas Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison in 2012.
Mr. Leppert, who stepped down after three years as Dallas mayor in February to mount his Senate bid, acknowledged Wednesday that the overwhelming majority of his financial support is coming from North Texas - but said he is reaching out to the rest of the state.
"When people get to know me, where I stand on spending, where I stand on fiscal responsibility and social issues, on faith issues, the people of Texas are going to be very comfortable supporting me," he said.